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Get The Cakes Online Delivery At Your Home

If you are looking for online cake delivery in Bangalore, then you are at the right place. With us, you can buy cakes for any occasion like birthday, anniversary, wedding and many more. You can also get your favourite characters or photo printed on the cake. We use high quality ingredients to bake cakes for our customers.

Our online cake delivery in Bangalore is quick and easy! We have a large collection of delicious cakes that are available at an affordable price range. You can order any of your favourite flavours and get them delivered to your doorstep within 24 hours!

If you want to surprise your loved one with a delicious cake, then buy it from us. We have many varieties of cakes such as Black Forest Cake, Chocolate Truffle Cake, Red Velvet Cake and many more!

IndiaCakes is the best place to buy cake online in Bangalore. We offer a wide variety of freshly baked cakes that are sure to delight anyone who gets them as gifts. If you want to send a special gift to your loved one, then choosing one of our amazing birthday cakes will be perfect!

All our cakes are baked by expert bakers using high quality ingredients and latest technology. From chocolate fudge cake, vanilla sponge cake to strawberry cheesecake and many more flavours, we have something for everyone! Our mouth-watering cakes come with different flavours of frostings such as chocolate cream, vanilla buttercream or strawberry icing depending on what you like most!

Black Forest Cake

Black Forest Cake was invented in Germany in the 19th century. Its name is derived from the Black Forest, a region in southwest Germany known for its dense, dark forests and sweet cherries.

The classic Black Forest cake recipe calls for layers of chocolate sponge cake with whipped cream and cherries between them, then topped with more whipped cream and chocolate shavings. It also can be made with layers of whipped cream and cherry pie filling instead of cake, or with no cake at all.

There are many variations on this recipe – some cakes include kirsch (a cherry brandy), others use chocolate mousse instead of sponge cake. Some recipes call for whipped cream mixed with chocolate ganache instead of just plain whipped cream and some include chopped almonds in addition to or instead of the cherries.

Chocolate Truffle Cake

The perfect chocolate cake is a thing of beauty. It’s rich, moist and incredibly decadent — just the way we like it. But the best part? This recipe is easy to make!

You can use any type of chocolate in this recipe, but we love this recipe with bittersweet chocolate. The higher percentage of cocoa in bittersweet chocolate means less sugar is needed, making it a bit healthier than traditional cakes.

We also added some liqueur to our cake batter for an extra boost of flavor! We used Kahlua in our recipe because it’s such a classic pairing with chocolate, but you could also use Baileys or Grand Marnier for a similar effect. Just be sure not to overdo it — too much alcohol will affect the texture and taste of your cake!

If you’re looking for an easy dessert that will impress everyone at your next party or get-together, look no further than this Chocolate Truffle Cake!

Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet Cake is a chocolate cake with a hint of red food coloring, and is often flavored with vanilla. It is usually topped with cream cheese frosting.

The red velvet cake originated in the United States in the early 20th century. The red velvet cake was initially created as a knockoff of the original German black forest cake, which was popular at that time. The original recipe used cocoa powder to color the cake, though today it’s more common for beet juice or food coloring to be used for coloring purposes.

The name “red velvet” was given to this cake due to the color of velvet fabric that was popular during the time period it was created, and because the cake itself looked like a deep burgundy color when cooked.

Red Velvet Cake History:

The first known mention of red velvet cake dates back to 1825, when Amelia Simmons published American Cookery in Hartford, Connecticut. It was not until almost 100 years later that red velvet cakes were mentioned again in literature; however, these earlier mentions were not accompanied by any recipes or instructions on how to make them.

In 1896, an article appeared in Godey’s Lady Book magazine titled “A Valentine Dinner,” which featured a recipe for Red Velvet Cake.

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